Queens Park

Queen’s Park is a 12 hectare park managed by the City of London and has been open to the public since 1887. Queen’s Park is a registered charity.

Queen’s Park is a fine example of a well-loved and hugely popular city park. The overall aim of the City of London is to provide well looked-after surroundings and facilities to meet the needs of the park’s many visitors, remaining true to the vision of its Victorian founders.

It provides a welcome splash of green in one of the most densely populated parts of London, serving the residents of the London Borough of Brent in which it is located, as well as Londoners in general. Facilities include six all-weather tennis courts, a pitch and putt course, an ornamental garden, a children’s playground with paddling pool, a small zoo and a café.

Address: Kingswood Avenue, Kilburn, London NW6 6SG

Playground Review

Cleanliness 5 / 5
equipment 5 / 5
health and safety 5 / 5
picnic area 5 / 5
toilets 4 / 5

This was a lovely big playground with loads to choose from, on arrival Xavier darted straight to the large tunnel slide which I wasn’t to keen on.

When we approached the slide a lovely caring mum advised that there was a hole at the top and to be careful? Be careful I thought, I’m not making reference to it and hopefully he wont notice..There was different climbing apparatus, plus the added bonus of a zip wire (it was a bit hard for Xavier is didn’t have much spring to pull down and jump on.

They have a lovely brightly colored gazebo incase you get caught out in the rain.

Xavier experienced a different type of swing at this playground and enjoyed a little ride before needing to come off.

Sand Area

There is a large sand play area gated with the entrance from the main playground..

This area consist of many seating options, wooden play houses.

Xavier loved playing on the wooden train and fire engine.

This playground has rolled out special touches with the wooden nappy change area and games table.

Xavier’s Review

“I love, love, love this playground, please can we come back tomorrow?” Maybe  (That’s not going to happen, maybe during the summer).                

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